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Travel Blogs from Berlin
So I finally made it to Italy and survived my first week in Europe. There are so many new things I have already experienced in my short week here. I still have three months on discovery on their way. I made it through my exhausting 14 hour two lay over flights with only one close call. I flew into Munich, Germany where my good friend Moritz (who …
... the communist HQ and various buildings of significant importance to Berlin. Rob gave us so much information and told us stories that I never had a clue about because I grew up in Australia and the history we learnt was much simpler; 'Hitler started a war killing millions in the process but then we 'the allies' won and peace was restored. Whereas Rob gave us all side of the story. For example I learnt that after the war Winston Churchill said "Berlin is destroyed, they will ...
I slept in till 9 this morning because I'm a slaggy bag. Then I had brekky and skyped home after technical difficulties... Then I remembered I had to pack and move rooms which was annoying because my washing was everywhere. So it was 11 before I finally left. I walked to the DDR museum to start with. The DDR stands for the Deutschland democratic republic. Of course it was actually soviet run communist Germany where they ...
... there are many signs and references to the Nazi era and the holocaust here in Berlin, almost as though the city is trying to come to terms with its history. Tired, we returned to the hotel and plan to see Berlin by night later.
Dinner was fabulous at an Italian restaurant and by the time we had wined, dined etc bed was beconing, so Berlin by night has been postponed till tomorrow.
WiFi here terrible so no ...
... first destination was the East Side Gallery, a kilometre or so length of the Berlin Wall which remains and serves as a canvas for many large paintings and artwork of freedom post the destruction of the wall. We walked the length of the East Side Gallery back towards the city centre, where we found a huge electronics store and purchased another SD card and tripod for the camera. As today is the start of the Berlin to Budapest tour, we picked up our luggage and made our way to ...
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